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« Reply #150 on: March 31, 2010, 12:04:07 am »
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« Reply #151 on: March 31, 2010, 12:32:56 am »
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« Reply #153 on: March 31, 2010, 10:18:06 am »
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March 28th, 2012- With wins in Arkansas and Missouri last night, Santorum has gained even more momentum, and is trailing Pawlenty by 10 delegates. The question now is, Can Pawlenty make a come back?


April 1st- Unemployment at 9.1%

April 2nd- Tommorrow is the primaries in Minnesota and Kansas. Pawlenty is currently leading Minnesota and hoping that he can win in an upset in Kansas, to gain momentum.


April 3rd-
Minnesota

Pawlenty 78.9%
Santorum 21.1%

Kansas

Santorum 52.4%
Pawlenty 47.6%

April 4th- Although not winning Kansas, Pawlenty still won big and was able to widen his delegate lead for the first time in a while. The next primaries are in Oklahoma, and Texas.


April 8th- During the sixth republican primary debate, now down to two, Pawlenty attacked Santorum for saying that the United States should not support a two state solution and that we should have intevened in the West Bank conflict.


April 10th-
Oklahoma

Santorum 55.6%
Pawlenty 44.4%

Texas

Santorum 56.1%
Pawlenty 43.9%

April 12th- Even though Santorum won both Texas, and Oklahome big last night, and narrowed Pawlenty's delegate lead to 9, Pawlenty still claims the race is his. This claim may be true, because the next few states are seen as Pawlenty favorable.


April 16th- With tomorrows primaries in Colorado, and Utah, Santorum is looking ahead and campaigning in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arizona, and California which all take place in late May.


April 17th-
Colorado

Pawlenty 54.1%
Santorum 45.9%

Utah

Pawlenty 52.9%
Santorum 47.1%

April 18th- Catching wins in both primaries last night, things are looking good for Pawlenty, even though he and Santorum are still in a dead heat.

Republican Nomination
Santorum 46.1%
Pawlenty 45.2%
Not Sure 8.7%

April 23rd- President Clinton announced today another trip to Israel, to try and broker out a longer peace deal between Israel, and the West Bank. President Clinton has used the same tactics the past three years.


April 24th-
Washington

Pawlenty 60.1%
Santorum 39.9%

Oregan

Pawlenty 57.9%
Santorum 42.1%

April 25th- Former Minnesota Governor celebrated yet another victory today, being the first candidate to pass 500 delegates.


April 29th- The next primaries to be held on May 8th, are Massachussets, Connectuct, New Jersey, Virginia , and Indiana. Tim Pawlenty is hoping that big wins on that day could make him the front runner for the nomination.


May 1st- Unemployment at 8.9%

May 3rd- Returning from Israel today, President Clinton announced that she was succesful in making a yearlong peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Seeing that unemployment dropped below nine percent this month, President Clinton declared it as a safe, and that ten percent is now just a bad memory.


May 8th-
Massachuessets

Pawlenty 63.7%
Santorum 36.3%

Connecticut

Pawlenty 60.4%
Santorum 39.6%

New Jersey

Pawlenty 52.7%
Santorum 47.3%

Virginia

Santorum 51.6%
Pawlenty 48.4%

Indiana

Santorum 51.4%
Pawlenty 48.6%

May 9th- Pawlenty won big again last night, bringing his delegate lead to 42. Pawlenty has taken the lead in the polls and, the next four primaries are up for grabs.

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 47.9%
Santorum 44.1%
Not Sure 8.0%

May 13th- President Clinton confirmed in Chicago today that Barack Obama will be running mate again in 2012. Choosing another running mate, was thought unlikely prior anyway.


May 15th-
North Carolina

Santorum 50.9%
Pawlenty 49.1%

Tennessee

Santorum 54.3%
Pawlenty 45.7%

Arizona

Pawlenty 51.1%
Santorum 48.9%

California

Pawlenty 61.4%
Santorum 38.6%



Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 45.5%
Approve 45.0%

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 50.0%
Santorum 43.4%
Not Sure 6.6%

Head to Head Polling

Santorum 45%
Clinton 45%

Pawlenty 48%
Clinton 44%



Pawlenty 831
Santorum 755
Gingrich 94
Pataki 85
Daniels 84
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Perry 0
Pence 0



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« Reply #154 on: March 31, 2010, 10:38:54 am »
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Clinton Vs. Pawlenty

Clinton Vs. Santorum

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« Reply #155 on: March 31, 2010, 01:27:18 pm »
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Go Clinton, go!!

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« Reply #156 on: March 31, 2010, 03:39:35 pm »
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Hillary would wipe the floor with Santorum, it will be interesting to see who either Pawlenty or Santorum pick as their running mate. Keep it comming
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« Reply #157 on: March 31, 2010, 04:42:26 pm »
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Ugh. I can't believe I'm saying this, but go Pawlenty.
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« Reply #158 on: April 02, 2010, 10:58:26 pm »
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May 16th, 2012- Even though Pawlenty and Santorum won an even amount of states last night, Pawlenty won a huge delegate majority and spread his delegate lead even further. Ever since the sixth debate, Pawlenty has been riding new momentum to big victories in some big states. The next primaries are in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Georgia on June 5th.


May 20th- While just beginning a troop withdrawl plan from Afghanistan, the Taliban has been remounting, and Osama Bin Laden is still on the loose. Violence has been rising, and Republicans have been debating to end the withdrawl plan.



May 27th- During the seventh republican primary debate, Pawlenty and Santorum fought evenly, both appealing to their own secters of the party.


June 1st- Unemployment at 8.9%

June 4th- On the eve of the next primaries, Santorum pushes to win in Ohio, Georgia, and of course his home state Pennsylvania. Ohio has recently become a tossup due to Pawlenty's rising momentum, and Santorum's super conservativeness.


June 5th-
Pennsylvania

Santorum 62.4%
Pawlenty 37.6%

Ohio

Pawlenty 50.1%
Santorum 49.9%

Michigan

Pawlenty 61.2%
Santorum 38.8%

Illinois

Pawlenty 63.7%
Santorum 36.3%

Georgia

Santorum 51.6%
Pawlenty 48.4%

June 6th- While Pawlenty did win big last night, it was not enough, with primaries in New York on the 12th, and in Florida on the 19th Pawlenty would have to win approximately 80% of the vote in the rest of the primaries to win the nomination. The race drags on.


June 10th- With odds against him in New York, Santorum has decided to spend the last few days of the campaign in Florida to try and appeal to the jewish vote, and win back support he lost there when Pataki endorsed Pawlenty.


June 11th- A poll by Gallup is released.

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 51%
Santorum 41%
Undecided 8%

June 12th-
New York

Pawlenty 67.1%
Santorum 32.9%

June 14th- Now 103 delegates down from the magic number, Pawlenty would have to win 90% of the vote in Florida to win the nomination. The race can officially declared a wild fire.


June 18th- One day away from the most important night in this election so far, Pawlenty is hoping to win as big as possible. Santorum has not even been seeking to win, just do as well as possible.


June 19th-
Florida

Pawlenty 56.9%
Santorum 43.1%

June 20th- Chaos struck last night, as the primaries have ended and no candidate has a majority of the vote. Pawlenty is down 54 delegates, and nobody knows who will win. The race could be desided any minute.


June 21st- We are now able to confirm that former presidential candidate Newt Gingrich will donate all of his delegates to Rick Santorum. Neither candidate yet has a majority of the votes.


Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 45.3%
Approve 45.3%

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 51.9%
Santorum 40.6%
Not Sure 7.5%

Head to Head Polling

Clinton 46%
Santorum 45%

Pawlenty 47%
Clinton 44%



Pawlenty 1137
Santorum 1109
Pataki 85
Daniels 84
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Gingrich 0
Perry 0
Pence 0


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Clinton Vs. Santorum


Clinton Vs. Pawlenty

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« Reply #159 on: April 03, 2010, 07:03:50 am »
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Pawlenty will win, Pataki and probably Daniels will support him.
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June 23rd- Four days after the last primary, Republican startegists worry that the fight will last too the convention. Insiders are sceptical.


June 24th- At 1 o'clock this afternoon George Pataki announced that he will donate all of his delegates to Tim Pawlenty.


We can now project that Tim Pawlenty will be the republican nominee!!!

June 25th- Now with a presumptive nominee for both parties, the race is on for 2012!


Do you approve of President Clinton?
Approve 45.5%
Disapprove 45.1%
Not Sure 9.4%

Who do you support for President?
Pawlenty 48.4%
Clinton 44.3%



Pawlenty 311
Clinton 227

Maine
Clinton 46.1%
Pawlenty 42.0%

New Hampshire
Pawlenty 44.6%
Clinton 41.4%

Pennsylvania
Clinton 42.5%
Pawlenty 41.6%

Virginia
Pawlenty 47.3%
Clinton 44.7%

Florida
Pawlenty 47.9%
Clinton 43.2%

Colorado
Pawlenty 48.4%
Clinton 43.7%

Nevada
Clinton 45.5%
Pawlenty 44.6%

Washington
Clinton 46.6%
Pawlenty 43.4%

Oregon
Pawlenty 44.2%
Clinton 43.9%
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« Reply #162 on: April 03, 2010, 03:34:45 pm »
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uhhh... I have no clue what to do past there, but I'll see what pple think when I get there

that's a long way off
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uhhh... I have no clue what to do past there, but I'll see what pple think when I get there

that's a long way off

Out of curiousity, how are you going to get the timeline to 2048? By 2048, most, if not all, of the politicians we know today won't be in the political scene, and new politicians that we don't know from out of nowhere will be prominent. Are you going to make up characters? Are you going to use the children of current politicians, like I don't know, George P. Bush or something? Just wondering.
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« Reply #164 on: April 03, 2010, 05:55:40 pm »
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uhhh... I have no clue what to do past there, but I'll see what pple think when I get there

that's a long way off

Out of curiousity, how are you going to get the timeline to 2048? By 2048, most, if not all, of the politicians we know today won't be in the political scene, and new politicians that we don't know from out of nowhere will be prominent. Are you going to make up characters? Are you going to use the children of current politicians, like I don't know, George P. Bush or something? Just wondering.

i'll start making up characters by 2028. I'm gonna try and find young state representitives ect. first though
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« Reply #165 on: April 03, 2010, 11:17:48 pm »
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uhhh... I have no clue what to do past there, but I'll see what pple think when I get there

that's a long way off

Out of curiousity, how are you going to get the timeline to 2048? By 2048, most, if not all, of the politicians we know today won't be in the political scene, and new politicians that we don't know from out of nowhere will be prominent. Are you going to make up characters? Are you going to use the children of current politicians, like I don't know, George P. Bush or something? Just wondering.

i'll start making up characters by 2028. I'm gonna try and find young state representitives ect. first though

Ah, gotcha. It would be hilarious if you had someone famous who isn't into politics decided to get into politics and eventually became President (just like how Reagan was originally an actor). Can you say...President Miley Cyrus? Shocked DEAR GOD....lol
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« Reply #166 on: April 03, 2010, 11:24:46 pm »
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Suri Cruise for president 2052
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Sasha Obama 2048!!
Chelsea Clinton 2028!!
George W. Bush V 2056!!! (It's a joke, I hate the Bush family hahahaha)
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July 1st, 2012- Unemployment at 8.8%

July 3rd- The Washington Post reveals a number of speculated Running mates for Tim Pawlenty. The list includes Rick Santorum, Mitch Daniels, George Pataki, John Thune, Bobby Jindal, Eric Cantor, and Charlie Crist.


July 6th- Fmr. Governor Pawlenty released an attack ad against President Clinton, saying that all she has accomplished through the past four years were small time democratic goals and that the only big bill she put up was a failure, and a copy of republican ideas.


July 12th- Pawlenty today, announced a week long stay in Iraq, to see how President Clinton's withdrawl plan is working out.


July 22nd- President Clinton hit back and fmr. Governor Pawlenty today, attacking him for undermeining her acheivements and that, the Republican Party barely even elected him anyways. Popularity for both parties recently, have been at an all time low.


July 27th- The Tea Party contradicted there earlier statement today that they would not announce a candidate of their own for President. Ron Paul has announced that he will run as the Tea Party candidate for President.


August 1st- Unemployment at 8.6%

August 4th- A short list of running mates for Ron Paul was unvieled today by Rasmussen along with the first poll to include Ron Paul in it. The list includes Gary Johnson, Sarah Palin, and Debra Medina.


Who do you support for President?
Clinton 44%
Pawlenty 44%
Paul 5%

August 10th- Against pressure from the RNC, Pawlenty announced that he will reviel his choice for vice president on August 19th, One day before the start of the Democratic National Convention.


August 15th- President Clinton released an attack ad against the republicans today, saying that their party is so divided that they can't even decide on one candidate, and if they can't decide that, how can they decide what's right for our country?


August 19th- Appearing in New Orleans today, Pawlenty revealed that he has chosen Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal to be his running for the Presidency of the United States.


Do you approve of President Clinton?
Approve 46.1%
Disapprove 45.3%

Who do you support for President?
Clinton 43.9%
Pawlenty 43.8%
Paul 5.3%


Pawlenty 287
Clinton 251
Paul 0
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I can't imagine Ron Paul as the Tea Party candidate. And I don't think he'll pick Medina as his runnung mate. She's from texas too.
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I can't imagine Ron Paul as the Tea Party candidate. And I don't think he'llhe can pick Medina as his runnung mate. She's from texas too.
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August 20th, 2012- The 2012 Democratic National Convention began tonight with speeches from several Governors and Senators.


August 22nd- As with the past two conventions, the major speaker of the third night was Barack Obama. The vice president spoke about President Clinton's acheivments, and how no president since Johnson has been able to pass a Health Care bill, so there is no reason to place the blame on her.


August 23rd- On the final night of the convention, President Clinton spoke.

"We have come long and hard over the past few years. Our administration has seen it's ups and downs over the past few years, as have many others. One of the biggest problems my Health Care plan faced was that the Republicans refused to place more than one vote for the Bill. There bickering is still very much present, as they have two different nominees for President. The recession is over, and unemployment has been going down. We are withdraing troops from Afghanistan, and most are out from Iraq. What more could a President do in four years? What I ask for is more time.


Who do you support for President?
Clinton 44.5%
Pawlenty 42.8%
Paul 7.1%

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